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Definition of "a thing or two" []

  • A considerable amount; a lot. (noun)

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Use "a thing or two" in a sentence
  • "Still have a thing or two to learn about cred-based economies."
  • "Neither did her friend Katie Mulligan, who knew a thing or two about evil."
  • "The efficient, sometimes charming women knew a thing or two about the sensual realities: they had that pull over their jigging English sisters."
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